We just received a copy of the article written by Jim Brightly for Trailer Life Magazine.
With the ongoing situation around COVID-19, we wanted to share an update with you.
Kayak Trailer with No Weld Trailer Racks by Dinoot Trailer Racks There are a number of kayak trailers available with racks for around $1000. How about being able to build a kayak trailer yourself for under $500? I don’t mean some “blue tarp and duct tape” hack job, but a nice steel setup built to
As usual, our parts are designed around drill & bolt upgrades focusing on average DIYers without welding experience.
We designed our Dinoot M-Series M416 camping trailer tub kits to have the same 40.5″ width that a M416 trailer has to be used as replacement tubs.
Trailer Supported Adventuring takes many forms. At its core, the focus is expanding your available space for away from home adventures.
It is as easy as; Cut, Drill and Assemble with the Compact Camping Concepts DIY No Weld Trailer Rack System to make racks for hauling Roof Top Tents, Kayaks, Canoes, Bikes, Paddle Boards, Hunting Gear, or you name it!
Here is a quick hack on buying tubing for your Trailer No Weld Racks. Depending on how your supplier sells the steel, you can save money.
For Winter camping, we have a new way to improve your tent’s cold weather performance, an Insulator!
All types of Trailer Racks are being built by customers using our DIY No Weld Trailer Cross Bar and Rack system that are made here in the USA.
There is a better way to build a rack system! Building your own with No Weld Trailer Rack Brackets. I say better way because the rack you build will be exactly the size and height needed for your application
What if there was a better way to build a Trailer Rack? Here is a Trailer Rack Comparison! With Trailer Rack Comparison, I have noticed people install all sorts on utility camping trailers. Both Thule and Yakima make a popular clamp-on pickup bed rack. Both work nicely for setting up two-tier storage for hauling roof
New No Weld Trailer Rack Towers Only a few weeks left to wait! The first batch of the New No Weld Trailer Rack Towers is in the queue and expected to be complete around 10/17. As with Thule racks, you will need crossbars to go with your towers. The towers were designed to use the
Introducing our No Weld Trailer Rack Towers! For many years, we have successfully used Thule rain gutter style rack towers on trailers. The only down side was price when factoring in purchasing fake rain gutters for attachment. Now that we have introduced the basic No Weld Trailer Rack System, I’m beginning work on accessories and
Compact Trailer Utility Model Now that you have upgraded to adventuring with a Compact Trailer; where do you store it when it’s not being used? Another advantage to a Compact size is the ease to keep them packed and waiting for your next adventure. The Compact footprint that makes them easy to tow without straining
DIY Trailer Racks Kit The DIY Trailer Racks No Weld Bracket System we introduced earlier this year has proven to be a budget friendly way to build sturdy homemade trailer racks. The system is based on Corner Connectors used for 90 degree joints and Base Plates for connecting the rack to the trailer. The other
Dinoot J-Series Jeep Trailer We’ve had our game changing Fiberglass Jeep Style Tub Kits on the market for a while now. Prior to their introduction, building a matching Jeep Trailer required cutting and welding old Jeep bodies together, then days of body work. Now, with our tub kits, building a matching Jeep Trailer is a
Explorer Box Camping Trailer It has now been over 10 years since I built the first lightweight Explorer Box camping trailer and began showing people how-to build their own. For me, it’s been like a rebirth from long ago home-built camping trailers people could build using information found in places like Popular Mechanics. We are
Harbor Freight bolt-together trailer frames are a great base for many home-built trailer projects. We specialize in and show people how to use them under DIY Compact Camping Trailers projects.
It has been a long three and half months since a fire halted production of our Dinoot fiberglass tub kits. Yesterday was a major milestone in restarting production. The damaged molds have all been remade and we moved the entire mold set to a new facility. Over the next week, a final cleanup, inspection and pulling